Vintage Aluminum Footlocker Trunk Japan AIKOKU

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  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jun 12,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction

Image Gallery and Hosting Provided by DESCRIPTION: This is a vintage footlocker / trunk from World War II era. The trunk is made of aluminum and has an inner tray of heavier metal. Made by AIKOKU Tokyo. It has a plaque on the front with the company name. The trunk has steel brackets and latches, corner brackets and rivet trim. It has leather handles on each end. There is some lettering on one end. I have seen these called "aviator's trunks". They have recently been reproduced by Restoration Hardware and Ralph Lauren Furniture to be used a coffee tables. A great piece for military re-enactments, storage or display. Condition: Pretty rough. Leather handles are dried out and one is missing. The lock appears to be missing. Various other scuffs and worn spots as commensurate with age and use. Please study the images provided to determine the condition for yourself. Measurements: Length 31" Width 17" Height 14" Weight 30 lbs.
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